Line Pandora 110

2017

Women's Freeride
Line
Price: £365.00 (ski only)
Overall:
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste:
Steeps:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Upper Advanced Lower Expert Upper Expert
Sidecut 142-110-125
Turn radius 14.2m (162cm)
Lengths 152, 162 (1,777g), 172, 179
Construction Cap and sidewall combo
Lightweight wood core
Tip and tail rocker
Strengths Strong, good edge grip, agile
Weaknesses Could be more energised in deep off piste conditions

They say

With a light, nimble and fun feel, the Pandora’s geometry makes it even easier to surf powder while maintaining plenty of control on firm snow.

We say

The Pandora is surprisingly grippy on the piste with strong edge hold and a stiff enough flex that can hold up to high speeds and big edge angles. This is a ski that will happily be blasted all day long on well groomed runs. It has a stable ride and gives the skier plenty of confidence when pushed hard. In deeper, off piste conditions it has a wide enough platform to float well, but lacked the energy and response of some of the other skis we tested in this group.

Tester Comments

Lynn Mill
Likes wide turns and is focused on powder, but was best fun on the piste 
Steph Ede
Skis you can charge down the steeps, great at whippy jump turns. Reliable off piste performance, but lacked the ‘wow’ factor